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Friday, 17 January 2020

No chance Rashford is leaving Manchester United - Wes Brown

No chance Rashford is leaving Manchester United - Wes Brown, Rashford is going no where

Former Manchester United player Wes Brown has revealed Marcus Rashford won't be leaving the club and there is no chance he would be joining Barcelona.


Marcus Rashford has been linked with a move to Camp Nou in recent transfer window and rumor has it the Spanish side will be coming for him again during the summer transfer window.

Rashford who made is 200th appearance for Manchester United in the win against Norwich City last weekend has now scored 64 goals for the club.

He has now surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo record and other United greats.

However, many fans feared the England International might consider leaving the club someday might consider a move to Barcelona if they keep pushing him.

Speaking with Metro.co.uk, Wes Brown has now rubbished the claim and reveals the 22-year-old won't be leaving the club when he was asked if he fears Rashford will be leaving the club someday.

'Not a chance. He’s been at United for many, many years and he’s home-grown,' He said


'He’s playing some excellent football and just made his 200th appearance. He’s scored more goals at this stage of his career than some of the top players in history.'

'Marcus is a Manchester United player. He will only want to help the club and improve as a player.'

'He’s at that stage now where if he can continue like this, he does come into the greatest of all time bracket for United so I’m sure that’s what he’s thinking about.'

Wes Brown also spoke about United consistency this season, and claim it's been mixed.

'It’s been mixed really,’ He said


'There have been times when the team has performed really well and it shows they can do it, but then there’s been other times when the team has slipped off and got really bad results.'

‘The main thing is we have beaten some of the best teams so that is encouraging. The young lads have definitely boosted us so hopefully, we can get better and better and really kick on now.’


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